The repositories we are working with are:
The Silchester Roman Town archaeological excavation is one of the largest Roman sites in the UK. Silchester’s principal data collection are contained within the York Archaeological Trust’s (YAT) Integrated Archaeological Database (IADB)
Film Collection – Film, Television and Theatre
The Film, Television and Theatre Department are internationally renowned leaders in their field.
Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology
The Ure Museum houses one of the largest collections of Greek ceramics in Britain.
The Museum of English Rural Life
The Museum of English Rural Life houses the most comprehensive national collection of objects, books and archives relating to the history of food, farming and the countryside.
Cole Museum of Zoology
The Cole Museum of Zoology contains some 3500 specimens of which about 400 are on display at any one time.
The Herbarium, Centre for Plant Diversity and Systematics, collects information about collectors and their specimens.
ePrints – CentAUR
The Central Archive at the University of Reading aims to facilitate the creation and population of an institutional repository for the entire University. The content will be the bibliographic metadata for all published research outputs from 2010, and the full text, or equivalent multimedia format, wherever possible.
To find out more information about CentAUR please visit their blog: http://www.reading.ac.uk/blogs/centaur/
The Beckett Collection is the world's largest collection of resources relating to Samuel Beckett (1906-1989).
The University's Lettering, Printing and Graphic Design Collections are housed in and maintained by the Typography Department.